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e should not thus summarily condemn Mr. Brown. Mr. Hall, of Wetzel county, replied to Mr. Macfarland, by remarking that "fellow feeling makes us wontons kind" Mr. Macfarland here desired to know what Mr. Hall meant by his remark. Mr. Hall rejoined, "I meant, sir, just what I did. You and your friends always went with Brown while he was here, and now when he is proved to be a traitor, you wish to vindicate him." Mr. A. M. Barbour vindicated Mr. Brown on reasons of personal friendship Mr. Timothy Rives spoke also in reference of Mr. Brown. Mr. R. E. Scott followed in a speech in which he maintained that there is not sufficient evidence to criminate Mr. Brown. At 9 o'clock a call of the House was ordered, and excuses made for absent members. On motion, the Convention adjourned. [Mr. Ambler requests us to state that yesterday he said that the construction placed by the authorities upon the law, was that an officer in the militia who volunteered forfeited his commission i